Low Hands

 

Faults

Low hands, as the name suggests, occurs when the user carries the hands too low on the way forward. The hands should move away from the body and back to the Catch in a horizontal line.

Tell tale signs include;

The hands follow the profile of the legs

The Catch position is short and the user is rowing with a shorter stroke

 

Tips for correction

Focus on reaching above the tank and not to the tank; reach for the front pulley of the machine

At the Release focus on completing the draw to the chest and not to the lap

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